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Random FPS drop in Minecraft

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So me and my friend play on a modded server together on Minecraft. He is on some generic Acer laptop that has less powerful hardware than my laptop. Whenever we play, he seems to have a steady 60fps where as mine drops to fluxuating between 1-2fps at random times then will go back up to 60 for a short time before dropping again. I've turned all my visual settings down, closed everything but Minecraft, but it still happens. We thought it could be a RAM issue, but both him and I have the same amount of RAM and his runs just fine. What could the issue be if it is not hardware capabilities?

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there are many possible reasons that can drop down the fps in a game, but if this happens only in minecraft should try reinstalling it, also it happens only with the mod you added? without it does it runs fine? 🤔

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